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HONG KONG: The top-level central government body overseeing Hong Kong affairs said the opposition camp's "primary election" has caused grave challenges to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's constitutional order, and challenges the Basic Law and the National Security Law.
The European Union’s justice chief played down warnings that the wheels of commerce could grind to a halt after a landmark EU court ruling this week on trans-Atlantic data transfers.
Facebook Inc is calling for clearer, standardised user data privacy policies as part of a white paper focused on potential regulation while governments around the world move to tighten restrictions on how companies can collect information.
Alphabet Inc's Google records what people are doing on hundreds of thousands of mobile apps even when they follow the company's recommended settings for stopping such monitoring, a lawsuit seeking class action status alleged on July 14.
A European court will decide July 15 whether Apple must obey an EU order that the iPhone-maker reimburse Ireland €13bil (RM63.2bil) in back taxes.
Google has received a record fine from Belgium’s data protection authority (APD) of €600,000 euros for not complying with European rules on a person's "right to be forgotten" online.
Chinese companies such as TikTok-owner ByteDance have been asked by India to answer 77 questions about their apps that have been banned by New Delhi.
Security researchers say TikTok’s information-collection practices are consistent with Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and other US tech companies looking to tailor ads and services to their users. The bigger issue lies in what TikTok does with the intel it gathers.
Using a camera cover for your MacBook? Apple says it could damage your display if left on when closing laptop
Apple is urging MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro users to not close their laptops when the camera cover is still on as it may damage the display of their devices.
Alphabet Inc's Google has offered not to use health data of fitness tracker company Fitbit to help it target ads, in an attempt to address EU antitrust concerns about its proposed acquisition, the company said late on July 13.